Sword of the White Rose by J. Ardian Lee

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Ciaran Matheson inherited the lordship of the Ciorram Clan when his father Dylan died. But he also inherited the friendship of the fairie Sinnan-and the knowledge that his father was from the future, brought back in time by magic. Now, warned by Sinnan that the Scottish uprising against the British will fail, Ciaran must decide whether or not to fight by his clan...
 

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J. Ardian Lee is married and the mother of two teenagers.
 
Published July 6, 2004 by Ace Trade. 320 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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More historical romance than fantasy, this sequel to Lee's Son of the Sword (2001) offers time travel but little magic.

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Adrian Lee fans will welcome Sword of King James, the third entry in the author's time-travel series set in 18th-century Scotland (after 2002's Outlaw Sword).

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From Tennessee, Dylan Matheson, an expert in Scottish history, swordplay and kung fu, suddenly finds himself in a rude Scotland of three centuries earlier.

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At the start of Lee's accessible, well-plotted historical fantasy, the fourth in the series (after 2003's Sword of King James ), dying Dylan Matheson, the laird of Ciorram, ambiguously advises his son, "Mind the Sidhe " (the wee folk with whom Dylan had such an affinity).

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